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Min, K., C.A. Lehmeier, F. Ballantyne IV, and S.A. Billings. 2016. Carbon availability modifies temperature responses of heterotrophic microbial respiration, carbon uptake affinity, and stable carbon isotope discrimination. Frontiers in microbiology, 7, 2083. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2016.02083
Thorp, J.H., and R.E. Bowes (2016). Carbon sources in riverine food webs—new evidence from amino acid isotopic techniques. Ecosystems, DOI: 10.1007/s10021-016-0091-y.
Campbell, S.W., C.S.Szuwalsli, V.M. Tabbor and F.deNoyelles. 2016. Challenges to reintroduction of a captive population of Topeka Shiner (Notropis Topeka) into former habitats in Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 119: 83-92.
Pisani, G. 2016. Characterization and significance of sexual dimorphism in gape size in Virginia valeriae ssp with comparisons to V. striatula. Collinsorum 5(2/3):8-17.
Defriez, E., L. Sheppard, P.C. Reid, and D.C. Reuman. 2016. Climate-change-related regime shifts have altered spatial synchrony of plankton dynamics in the North Sea. Global Change Biology, 10.1111/gcb.13229.
Martin, J., D.C. Rogers, and J. Olesen. 2016. Collecting and processing branchiopods. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 36: 396-401.
Van Campen, J.C., M.N. Yapaa, S. Narawatthana, C. Lehmeier, S. Wanchana, V. Thakur, C. Chater, S. Kelly, S.A. Rolfe, W.P. Quick, A.J. Fleming. 2016. Combined chlorophyll fluorescence and transcriptomic analysis identifies the P3/P4 transition as a key stage in rice leaf photosynthetic development. Plant Physiology 170: 1655-1674.
Adams, G.L., S. Jennings, and D.C. Reuman. 2016. Community management indicators can conflate divergent phenomena: two challenges and a decomposition-based solution. Journal of Applied Ecology, 10.1111/1365-2664.12787. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12787
Jarecke, K.M., Loecke, T.D., and A.J. Burgin. 2016. Coupled soil oxygen and greenhouse gas dynamics under variable hydrology. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 95, 164-172. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.12.018 ISSN: 0038-0717
Kindscher, K., Ed. 2016. Echinacea: Herbal Medicine with a Wild History. Switzerland: Springer. 238 pages.
Mabidi, A., M.S. Bird, R. Perissinotto, and D.C. Rogers. 2016. Ecology and distribution of large branchiopods (Crustacea, Branchiopoda: Anostraca, Notostraca, Laevicaudata, Spinicaudata) of the Eastern Cape Karoo, South Africa. ZooKeys, 618: 15-38.
Shipley, G., and K. Kindscher. 2016. Evidence for the paleoethnobotany of the Neanderthal: A review of the literature. Scientifica, vol. 2016, 12 pages. doi:10.1155/2016/8927654
Barrett, L.G., P.C. Zee, J.D. Bever, J.T. Miller, P.H. Thrall. 2016. Evolutionary history shapes patterns of specificity in Acacia-rhizobial mutualisms. Evolution. 70: 1473-1485.
O’Neill, B., D.C. Rogers, and J.H. Thorp. 2016. Flexibility of ephemeral wetland crustaceans: Environmental constraints and anthropogenic impacts. Wetlands Ecology and Management 24: 279-291.
Gori, D., M.S. Cooper, E.S. Soles, M. Stone, R. Morrison, T.W. Turner, D.L. Propst, G. Garfin, M. Switanek, H.I. Chang, S. Bassett, J. Haney, D. Lyons, M. Horner, C.N. Dahm, J.K. Frey, K. Kindscher, H.A. Walker, and M.T. Bogan. 2016. Gila River flow needs assessment. The New Mexico Botanist, (5), 24-32.
Rua, M.A., A. Antonika, P.M. Antunes, V.B. Chaudhary, C. Gehring, L.J. Lamit, B.P. Piculell, J.D. Bever, C. Zabinski, J.F. Meadow, M. Lajeunesse, B. Milligan, J. Karst, and J.D. Hoeksema. 2016. Home-field advantage? Evidence of local adaptation among plants, soil, and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi through meta-analysis. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 16, 122.
Steidinger, B.S., and J.D. Bever. 2016. Host discrimination in modular mutualisms: A theoretical framework for meta-populations of mutualists and cheaters. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 283: 20152428. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.2428.
Walter, J.A., A.L. Firebaugh†, P.C. Tobin, and K.J. Haynes. 2016. Invasion in patchy landscapes is affected by dispersal mortality and mate-finding failure. Ecology 97: 3389-3401.
Lee, E., J. Kastens, and S.L. Egbert. 2016. Investigating collection 4 versus collection 5 MODIS 250m NDVI time-series data for crop separability in Kansas, USA. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 37(2), 341-355.
Signorile, L., P. Lurz, J. Wang, D.C. Reuman, and C. Carbone. 2016. Mixture or mosaic? Genetic patterns in UK grey squirrels support a human-mediated “long jump” invasion mechanism. Diversity and Distributions, 10.1111/ddi.12424.


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